Whether it’s a pickup truck, SUV, minivan or passenger car, if you’re in the market for a new set of wheels, chances are you’ll be eyeing one of these best-sellers. But, before you lay down the money and finalize the purchase, consider this: as long as you own the vehicle, you’ll need to pay for car insurance. That’s why it’s important to compare car insurance quotes beforehand because you’ll want to factor this cost into your purchasing decision.

Canada’s Top 10 Selling Vehicles

Hands down, the best-selling vehicle in Canada is the Ford F-Series pickup truck, according to sales data from Good Car Bad Car. In fact, the competition isn’t even close. With more than 145,000 new trucks sold in 2016, the Ford pickup truck outsold its next closest competitor, the Ram pickup by more than 56,000.

  1. Ford F-Series pickup
  2. Ram pickup truck
  3. Honda Civic
  4. Dodge Grand Caravan
  5. GMC Sierra
  6. Toyota RAV4
  7. Hyundai Elantra
  8. Ford Escape
  9. Toyota Corolla
  10. Chevrolet Silverado

Based on the sales data, it’s clear Canadians love pickup trucks. Pickup trucks took four out of the 10 spots on the best-selling list, passenger cars took three of the spots, SUVs took two spots, and finally, one minivan made the cut. With this in mind, the following are the top five selling automobiles in 2016 for each class of vehicle (also from Good Car Bad Car).

Top five pickup trucks

  1. Ford F-Series
  2. Ram
  3. GMC Sierra
  4. Chevrolet Silverado
  5. Toyota Tacoma

Top five passenger cars

  1. Honda Civic
  2. Hyundai Elantra
  3. Toyota Corolla
  4. Mazda 3
  5. Chevrolet Cruze

Top five SUVs

  1. Toyota RAV4
  2. Ford Escape
  3. Honda CR-V
  4. Nissan Rogue
  5. Jeep Cherokee

Top five minivans

  1. Dodge Grand Caravan
  2. Toyota Sienna
  3. Honda Odyssey
  4. Kia Sedona
  5. Chrysler Town & Country
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